Freyssinet awarded contracts on National Highways’ Scheme Delivery Framework

Freyssinet has been awarded a place on the National Highways (formerly Highways England) Scheme Delivery Framework (SDF) in Lot 10 for Structures, Structural Services and Concrete Repairs.

The six-year £3.6 billion framework is part of National Highways’ roll-out of its asset delivery model for operating, maintaining and improving the strategic road network of motorways and major A roads throughout England.

Freyssinet will form part of the framework’s specialist contractors delivering structural and concrete repair works in Areas 4, 13, 14 and South West England.

Lot 10 for Structures, Structural Services and Concrete Repairs will cover:

  • Application of painting systems including specialist corrosion protection systems
  • Repair of concrete on highway structures
  • Installation and repair of bridge parapets
  • Installation and repair of bridge bearings
  • Structural steelwork

Pascal Mercier, Freyssinet’s Managing Director said: “We are delighted to have been entrusted by National Highways to deliver structural and concrete repair services across four areas of the Scheme Delivery Framework. This award is a strong recognition of our commitment to enhance our collaboration with National Highways.  We look forward to engaging with our counterparts and supporting the improvement of the strategic road network in the North, South-West and South-East regions.”

Following the announcement of the results, Duncan Smith, Acting Executive Director for Operations at National Highways, said: “The Scheme Delivery Framework will allow us to deliver these vital activities, ensuring the Strategic Road Network remains safe and serviceable, so road users can continue enjoying the benefits of smooth, reliable journeys.”

Further details on National Highways’ Scheme Delivery Framework: